Dawn Ellmore Employment: Nestlé Reformulates Sugar to Use 40% Less in its Chocolate

Nestlé recently announced it had developed a way of restructuring sugar, allowing the company to reduce the amount of sugar in its chocolate by up to 40%. Dr. Stefan Catsicas, the company’s chief technology officer, said “It is sugar, but… Continue Reading →

Dawn Ellmore Employment: Nestlé Loses Appeal in Trade Mark Dispute on Kit Kat Shapes

Nestlé had registered the two-finger and four-finger shapes of its Kit Kat bars as trade marks in Singapore some years ago and had sued Petra, that make similarly shaped chocolate wafers for trade mark infringement. Petra counter-sued to invalidate Nestlé’s… Continue Reading →

Change in Toblerone’s Shape Could Mean Loss of Iconic Trade Mark

Swiss chocolate brand Toblerone manufactured by Mondelēz International has been in the news recently.  The company made an announcement on 15 October 2016 on Toblerone’s Facebook page stating there would be a weight reduction in the two sizes of UK Toblerone bars… Continue Reading →

Mars Sues Chocolatier CocoVaa for Trade Mark Infringement over Brand Name

Ms Syovata Edari, a criminal defence lawyer and owner of recently established chocolatier CocoVaa, is being sued by Mars Inc. in the US for trade mark infringement over the name of her chocolate business.  Mars Inc. says the name CocoVaa… Continue Reading →

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